Quote: Originally Posted by Remington1
Any person hidden under a full heavy dark cloth from top of the head to toe, firstly must appreciate winter months, and I would think they must be hidden under the cloth by someone who has full authority over that person's right as a person. Women living as free people cannot see these women as equal. I would imagine many women probably feel sympathy for them, but nevertheless, it takes the feminist movement back a few centuries.
Strange that our forefathers had the moral fortitude to fight slavery but we do not.
Hell, most do not want to even admit that Muslim women are slaves even when the price tag is known.
Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister
I don't know. I'll ask her.
You do a disservice to slave by not acknowledging that they are slaves.
Quote: Originally Posted by davesmom
I consider all Muslims slaves - Slaves to the Quran and a delusional old man who has been dead for centuries.
Those who call themselves Muslim but claim not to actively engage in the religious process would be well off to stop calling themselves Muslim; if what they claim as indifference is true.
Just so, there are a lot who continue to call themselves Catholics although they are non-practising. So why continue to call yourself something you are not? Is a label that important?
I was raised a Presbyterian but left the church many years ago and now, if called on to name my 'religion' I would simply say, 'independent Believer'. I think organized religions are soul-stiflers. They demand that you adopt specific beliefs without question.
Well put and accurate.
It is true that all Muslims have a slave mentality. What I do not like is that the male Muslims have beaten their females into an even deeper submission and level of slavery than their own pathetic level.
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolf
What I see really doesn't matter. Do they see themselves as slaves?
Some do and some do not but the fact that you think your opinion does not matter says more of your mental position than anything else.
Seek a cure. You and your opinion are not as useless as you think.